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Category : Multi-Family Residential

ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE – New design unveiled for $210 million West Midtown project

07 February 2017 By Douglas Sams ” . . . [The Allen Morris Co., t]he Coral Gables, Fla. developer, one of the largest in the Southeast, is planning a landmark project for the rapidly changing Howell Mill corridor: 409 apartment units, 185,000 square feet of office space and 30,000 square feet of ground floor-retail that could include an organic grocery store. Chairman and President Allen Morris said the exterior of the residential building has been changed to a corrugated silver steel finish. It’s […]

BLACKBOOK features Chad Oppenheim and Monroe Condominiums project

Chad Oppenheim Leaves Mark On Asbury Park’s Waterfront With Monroe, by Glenn Garner 14 December 2016 ” . . . Expanding on [T]he [Asbury] [H]otel’s presence in the waterfront revitalization is Monroe, a new luxury residence helmed by world-renowned architect Chad Oppenheim. A New Jersey native who grew up just 20 minutes outside of Asbury Park, he was the perfect choice to design the property. [‘]An opportunity to connect with someone like Chad and bring him back to his roots, it’s just something […]

ATLANTA LOOP – $215 million mixed-use development coming to West Midtown

15 November 2016 By: Mariann Martin “A mixed-use project just south of the Westside Provisions District will bring luxury multifamily residential units, street-level retail, and office space to West Midtown. Called Star Metals Atlanta, the development is a partnership between Paces Properties and The Allen Morris Company, according to a news release. The $215 million mixed-use development will be located at 1050 & 1055 Howell Mill Road and is the first joint venture between Paces Properties and The Allen Morris Company. […]

ASBURY PARK PRESS – “Tour the new luxury Asbury Park condominium” features Chad Oppenheim and Monroe project

16 September 2016 “Walking around the streets of Asbury Park, Chad Oppenheim sees music. A wooden boardwalk plank is the rhythm that’s held the city together. Stones from old, historic buildings are like little melodies. The Monmouth County native is the man behind the new luxury 34-unit condominium at 601 Heck Street in Asbury Park: Monroe, where 50 percent of the building has already sold out. On some days, Oppenheim’s job mirrors that of a musician rather than an architect.” Read […]

WALLPAPER* – Oppenheim Architecture featured in “Fresh start: Monroe, the latest piece in Asbury Park’s regeneration plans”

9 September 2016 “Developer iStar has completed on more step in their exciting plans for the revitalisation of New Jersey’s Asbury Park with the announcement of the sales launch of Monroe Condominiums, the newest addition to the area’s luxury residential scene. Designed by Miami-based, New Jersey-born architect Chad Oppenheim, the property is an important piece in the Asbury House scheme, following the recent launch of the nearby Asbury Hotel…” Read the article – Wallpaper*  

INTROSPECTIVE MAGAZINE – Oppenheim’s Time

An architect with offices in Miami and Basel, Switzerland, would seem to have two very different points of reference — sunny shores one week, mountain views the next. Yet Chad Oppenheim, designer of muscular-but-playful modernist buildings all over the world, is equally comfortable in both realms (he has a house in Aspen, too) and has carved out something of a specialty when it comes to highlighting views and experiences of the outdoors in its many disparate forms. “We’ve got a tremendous desire to […]